I was operated on years ago by a woman who was impersonating a medical doctor with the help of a real licensed doctor. They are both career criminals & use various aliases. The name she has used is Dr. Theresa Bouvier & she was employed as a doctor & surgeon at Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor from 1984-1989. The name he uses is Dr. Nguyen Abram & he was somehow able to get the both of them jobs together thru the negligence of the hospital. His license number is #36200. She never had any medical schooling or training. In 1990 they opened up a surgical center in Newport Beach Ca.. In 1992 the Ca. Medical Board & the F.B.I. raided their office due to her impersonating a doctor. The Ca. Medical Board did not press any kind of charges against either of them even though she had done surgery on patients for 5 years at the Michigan Hospital & dozens of patients at the Newport Beach office. After their office was raided he allowed her to commit identity theft & use his name & all his information. The Medical Board refuses to stop them. You can see her criminal action by typing in Theresa Bouvier in Ca. on the internet. They have threatened my life & I am now in hiding.
This is not an employment law question. I will change the practice area for you. Good luck.
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